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Saturday, August 6, 2016

Merging Realities

We may be about to solve one of the biggest mysteries in the universe


The discovery of gravitational waves in February is leading to remarkable new insights in physics. One of the most promising is identifying what dark matter is made of, the elusive missing majority of the universe that we know is out there but can’t detect directly. NASA Cosmologist Alexander Kashlinsky thinks that black holes could be the answer, and that detecting gravitational waves could be the best way to confirm it. Here’s how.
Video courtesy of NASA


Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass




















Merger factor
Unraveling the GREAT BARRIER REEF between micro, meso, macro unity.


FOR A FASTER MERGER PACE OF PAST AND PRESENT - Here is How

A more refined view of E=MC2 discloses 
Light (C) as The Radius of Curvature of All Natural Law, equating to the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter  
 meaning if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point.  

The far more fundamental and simpler definitions of space time mass matter energy gravity become mandatory:

Monday, July 4, 2016

The broader the picture, the greater the simplicity with its attendent, ever superior, miraculous possibilities













Personal computers outperforming supercomputers? 

ALWAYS: the broader the picture (gestalt) of reality,, the closer we approach the utter simplicity of everything ............. as simultaneously, the doors of reality open to ever greater, more astounding, miraculous, possibilities

As in the past, the analogy of a round earth (larger viewing point) offering more opportunities than a flat earth concept, so too the standard model of physics, especially E=MC2, would be well advised to perceive the 3D view and relationships of space time mass matter energy gravity (addendum end of post).

"..........this table appeared to look like a monitor screen with tens of billions of pixels, and with a good GPU it was quite possible to calculate all of these. 'We reached the speed we couldn't even dream of,' Vladimir Kukulin said. 'The program computes 260 million of complex double integrals on a desktop computer within three seconds only. We do in 15 minutes what the largest supercomputers in Germany do in three days. No comparison with supercomputers! "

One may well imagine the eventual outcomes as these slightly adapted personal computers are made available to all physics students.





No need in supercomputers

by Staff WritersMoscow, Russia (SPX) Jul 03, 2016


A group of physicists from the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Lomonosov Moscow State University, has learned to use personal computer for calculations of complex equations of quantum mechanics, usually solved with help of supercomputers. This PC does the job much faster. An article about the results of the work has been published in the journal Computer Physics Communications.

Senior researchers Vladimir Pomerantcev and Olga Rubtsova, working under the guidance of Professor Vladimir Kukulin (SINP MSU) were able to use on an ordinary desktop PC with GPU to solve complicated integral equations of quantum mechanics - previously solved only with the powerful, expensive supercomputers. According to Vladimir Kukulin, personal computer does the job much faster: in 15 minutes it is doing the work requiring normally 2-3 days of the supercomputer time.

The equations in question were formulated in the 60s by the Russian mathematician Ludwig Faddeev. The equations describe the scattering of a few quantum particles, i.e., represent a quantum mechanical analog of the Newtonian theory of the three body systems. As the result, the whole field of quantum mechanics called "physics of few-body systems" appeared soon after this.

This area poses a great interest to scientists engaged in quantum mechanics, nuclear and atomic physics and the theory of scattering. For several decades after the pioneering work of Faddeev one of their main purposes was to learn to solve these complicated equations. However, due to the incredible complexity of the calculations in the case of fully realistic interactions between a system's particles stood out of the researchers' reach for a long time, until the supercomputers appeared.

The situation changed dramatically after the group of SINP decided to use one of the new Nvidia GPs designed for use in game consoles on their personal computer. According to one of the authors Vladimir Kukulin, Head of Laboratory of Nuclear Theory, the processor was not the most expensive, of those that you can buy for $ 300-500.

The main problem in solving the scattering equations of multiple quantum particles was the calculation of the integral kernel - a huge two-dimensional table, consisting of tens or hundreds of thousands of rows and columns, with each element of such a huge matrix being the result of extremely complex calculations. But this table appeared to look like a monitor screen with tens of billions of pixels, and with a good GPU it was quite possible to calculate all of these. Using the software developed in Nvidia and having written their own programs, the researchers split their calculations on the many thousands of streams and were able to solve the problem brilliantly.

'We reached the speed we couldn't even dream of,' Vladimir Kukulin said. 'The program computes 260 million of complex double integrals on a desktop computer within three seconds only. No comparison with supercomputers! My colleague from the University of Bochum in Germany (recently deceased, mournfully), whose lab did the same, carried out the calculations by one of the largest supercomputers in Germany with the famous blue gene architecture that is actually very expensive. And what his group is seeking for two or three days, we do in 15 minutes without spending a dime.'

The most amazing thing is that the desired quality of graphics processors and a huge amount of software to them exist for ten years already, but no one used them for such calculations, preferring supercomputers. Anyway, our physicists surprised their Western counterparts pretty much.

'This work, in our opinion, opens up completely new ways to analyze nuclear and resonance chemical reactions,' says Vladimir Kukulin. 'It can also be very useful for solving a large number of computing tasks in plasma physics, electrodynamics, geophysics, medicine and many other areas of science. We want to organize a kind of training course, where researchers from various scientific areas of peripheral universities that do not have access to supercomputers could learn to do on their PCs the same thing that we do.'

FOR A FASTER MERGER PACE OF PAST AND PRESENT - Here is How

A more refined view of E=MC2 discloses 
Light (C) as The Radius of Curvature of All Natural Law, equating to the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter  
 meaning if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point.  

The far more fundamental and simpler definitions of space time mass matter energy gravity become mandatory:

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Lessons from nature inspire breakthrough in catalyzing electricity from renewable energy





STILL SEARCHING

















Efficiently releasing stored chemical energy harnessed from renewable sources remains one of the great scientific challenges facing the catalysis research community. Meanwhile, Mother Nature performs this transformation with ease using abundant metal-containing enzymes as catalysts. So far, lack of an inexpensive and stable catalyst has limited widespread, economical use of hydrogen fuel cells (HFCs). But thanks to a recent breakthrough at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), that may change.
Read more at: Lessons from nature inspire breakthrough in catalyzing electricity from renewable energy
  


STILL SEARCHING 
Study: Efficient new catalyst may pave way for hydrogen economy

...from the 1950's an even cheaper and far more effective catalyst combo went unnoticed and shelved - an accidentally discovered, unneeded, useless by product (hydrogen) of a mining ore process  - catalysts which become glaringly obvious when viewed from portions of Stanley Pons' and Martin Fleischmann's 1989 process  (Note - this ease of separation of water into hydrogen and oxygen occurred with sunlight alone)

 

STILL SEARCHING 

‘Water and sunlight the formula for sustainable fuel’ + (plus?)

What part of 'field potential' possibilities, are still laying dormant within compounds, unacknowledged,  awaiting a catalytic activation?

How might a large portion of the explosive field separation potential of alkali metals in water be triggered while the alkali metals remain in a reusable catalytic compound state?

Reactivity of an alkali metal with water. All the alkali metals react with water to produce elementary hydrogen and the corresponding alkali hydroxides. The reactivity increases with increasing periodic number. The metals rubidium and cesium explode when brought into contact with oxygen.












Wednesday, June 1, 2016

The Moment of Now – Recapping Time

















 TIME: Many of the difficulties which we encounter in our attempt to understand the operation of the natural laws arise because of our severely restricted concept of the nature of time. Time follows the same curve of natural law which is apparent in the operation of all the basic factors of nature, and again the radius of that curvature is measured by the quantity C. Follow the example in StarSteps which puts us in a unique position from which we can, from a single point in time, observe ourselves occupying three rather widely separated positions in space.
SPACE: The degree of separation which exists between any two bodies is determined by the degree of curvature of the natural laws which exist between them. In making observations, of course, we must remember that, since the natural laws are relative, the mass of the body itself influences the degree of curvature

Another View:  



  



Published on May 31, 2016

In mainstream physics there is no objective understanding of ‘the moment of now’ the nearest we have of an understanding is represented in the theory of relativity by these light cone diagrams. The moment of now is represented by the apex of the light cone with the past represented by the lower part of the light cone with a possible future represented by the top part of the light cone. Space and time are at right angles to each other with time being in the vertical axis rising up through the light cone and space being represented by the horizontal plain. But the theory of relativity can never give of a complete and objective understanding of ‘the moment of now’ because there is no cause and effect in relativity. In relativity matter tells space how to curve and space tells matter how to move. There is no present moment that causes the future to unfold there is just a beautiful geometrical process. But in a new theory called ‘Quantum Atom Theory’ the Universe is explained as a continuum of continuous energy exchange or continuous creation with a future coming into existence relative to the atoms of the periodic table. In this video I am going to try and explain this using the light cone diagrams of relativity.

Time is distance in space - there is no separation
The only valid representation of space and time 




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Saturday, May 14, 2016

Dartmouth announces new way to explore mathematical universe

Perhaps soon the underlying relationships between light-energy, matter-mass-inertia, space, time, and gravity, will begin to emerge and reveal the broader picture of E=MC2.

Towards Underlying Relationships






















"We have found enough of the building blocks that we can see the overall structure and begin to glimpse the underlying relationships. The LMFDB provides a coherent picture of a vast web of interconnections in clear, explicit and navigable terms. The worlds being explored are ones of particular interest: they cross a wide variety of domains, guided by a network of conjectures at the cutting edge of mathematical research."

Dartmouth announces new way to explore mathematical universe

The "L-functions and Modular Forms Database," or LMFDB, is an intricate catalog of mathematical objects that maps out the connections between them. Both beautiful and functional like an atlas, the LMFDB reveals deep relationships in the abstract universe and provides a guide to previously uncharted territory that underlies current research in several branches of physics, computer science, and mathematics.
This coordinated effort is part of a massive collaboration of researchers around the globe, and includes developing new algorithms and performing large calculations on an extensive network of computers.
The scale of the computational effort that went into creating the LMFDB is staggering: a total of nearly 1,000 years of computer time spent on calculations by multiple teams of researchers. "Our project is akin to the first periodic table of elements," says LMFDB project member John Voight, an associate professor of mathematics at Dartmouth.  ....more




FOR A FASTER MERGER PACE OF PAST AND PRESENT - Here is How

A more refined view of E=MC2 discloses 
Light (C) as The Radius of Curvature of All Natural Law, equating to the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter  
 meaning if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point.  

The far more fundamental and simpler definitions of space time mass matter energy gravity become mandatory:

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

6 Biggest Glitches in Physics - With an Unspoken 7th as Primary















6 Biggest Glitches in Physics - (Blog Editor's note - With an Unspoken 7th as Primary:
The broader view of the relationship between light and matter in E=MC2.)








































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That’s odd… from the dislocated effect of the quantum world to unexplained fast radio bursts, evidence of strange new physics could be all around us. This week in New Scientist, we explore six of the biggest anomalies in physics. Here are three of them.




Spooky action at a distance – the dislocated effect of the quantum world – is real without a doubt. So the problem must lie in our perception of space and time.






Whether fast radio bursts or ultra-high-energy neutrinos, we’ve begun receiving cosmic visitors so zippy no one can work out exactly what sent them.




   


ehfh

Why isn’t an entire planet’s gravity enough to rip a magnet off your fridge door? Finding an answer is essential to unify physics and explain our existence.



 
Of 'Unruh radiation, blackbody, quantised inertia, light speed limit error all requiring integration ..... 















Are we there yet? (out of the black box)



The Unspoken 7th Glitch as Primary: A broader view of the relationship between light and matter in E=MC2.)

A more refined view of E=MC2 discloses Light (C) as The Radius of Curvature of All Natural Law, equating to the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter  
 meaning if a differential of energy equal to this quantity exists between the observer and the point which he is observing, the natural laws will be suspended. If the energy differential is in excess of the quantity C, the laws will appear to operate in reverse at that point.  

The far more fundamental and simpler definitions of space time mass matter energy gravity become mandatory: